Academic dress (robe) is mandatory at all UCL Graduation Ceremonies for Students and Academic Staff who are part of the academic procession.
- Regulations and Awarding Bodies
The academic dress (robes) you wear depends on your qualification and the institution making the award. Although UCL received awarding powers in 2005 there are still some students who will receive a University of London award. You can check your awarding institution on your Portico.
Please see some of the regulation guides and notes below. We are currently updating both the Illustrated Guide to Academic Dress and the Regulations so please do not panic if there is information missing relating to your degree. For questions relating to missing information and general information about academic dress please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Academic Staff
For academic dress (robe) hire outside of the UCL Graduation Ceremonies period please contact J. Wippell & Co Ltd directly.
Academic dress (robes) is mandatory at UCL Graduation Ceremonies and is made up of a robe, hood and hat. The colour and style of these items is dependent on your qualification and awarding institution.
An illustrated guide of the UCL academic dress (robes) will appear here shortly. However, when you go onto the J.Wippell & Co Ltd website to order your academic dress (robes) you will see an image of what your robes will look like.